As an androgen and anabolic steroid (AAS), Depo-Testosterone is prescribed for men who struggle to raise testosterone levels naturally. Depo-Testosterone is one of the highest-rated and most-trusted brand names of testosterone cypionate on the market.
For best results, consult with a provider for ideal dosing ranges. The easy-to-follow instructions and user-friendly kit allow for in-home injections.
Depo-Testosterone is a prescription medication. To get this medication follow these four simple steps.
Step 1 – Call our clinic to schedule your physical exam and blood work.
Step 2 – Fill out an online medical history form.
Step 3 – Based on your symptoms and medical history, the completion of your physical exam, and the results of your blood work, our doctor will determine if you require a prescription for this medication.
Step 4 – If you qualify for this treatment, our doctor will prescribe the required medication for you, and our licensed pharmacy partner will then send your medication directly to your home.
Men who buy Depo-Testosterone with a prescription from a hormone specialist rarely experience any adverse reactions to testosterone therapy. Those who purchase it illegally increase the risk of potentially serious side effects.
The ability to order Depo-Testosterone online from unregulated websites significantly increases the risk of dangerous reactions. Counterfeit testosterone products are rampant overseas, and you cannot know if the medication you receive is safe.
For those who purchase Depo-Testosterone for sale from a licensed US pharmacy, the most common reactions are as follows:
- Injection site irritation, swelling, redness, bruising, or pain
- Oily skin
- Mood changes
Injection site reactions are the most common side effects.
Other side effects may include:
- Prolonged erections
- Changes in libido
- Body pains
- Changes in hair growth
- Hot flashes
- Reduced sperm cell count
- Increased sleep apnea
- Chest pain
- Changes in weight
- Urinary issues
- High blood pressure
- Tingling or numbness
- Skin color changes (jaundice)
Men who abuse or overuse Depo-Testosterone may also experience any of the following:
- Prostatic hypertrophy
- Increased risk of heart attack or stroke
- Risky or aggressive behaviors
- Excessive hunger
- Liver problems
This is only a partial list of potential testosterone side effects. The full list with detailed risks and side effects is here.
Please contact your doctor at once if you experience any adverse reactions to treatment.
Doctors prescribe Depo-Testosterone to men who have an absence or deficiency of endogenous testosterone. Hypogonadism or low testosterone can be due to many things, including genetic disorders, tumors of the testicles, hypothalamus, or pituitary gland (or their treatment), or even natural age-related decline. Those are only some of the reasons why men turn to testosterone therapy to restore hormonal balance to their bodies.
Depo-Testosterone is part of a complex therapy that not only provides an exogenous supply of testosterone to the body but also uses other adjunct medications to promote natural testosterone production by the testes. That is why it is essential to work with a hormone specialist who understands how best to improve testosterone levels in the male body.
Depo-Testosterone injections are only for medical uses to increase low testosterone levels. It is not meant for use by athletes looking to improve their performance or bodybuilders who want to increase muscle mass or strength. Those actions can increase the risk of potentially serious side effects, which we will discuss later.
Men who use Depo-Testosterone to treat the symptoms of Low T will likely experience the following benefits:
- More energy
- Better sleep
- Improved muscle tone and bone density
- Fat loss
- Enhanced sexual drive and performance
- Lower cholesterol, triglyceride, and blood pressure levels
- Better heart health and cardiac capacity for exercise
- Sharper brain functions
- Improved mood and emotional well-being
- Increased drive and productivity
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Do I Need a Prescription to Buy Depo-Testosterone?
Some men think that because numerous websites sell Depo-Testosterone without a prescription that they do not need to contact a doctor. That is not true, and this is why:
- First, it is illegal to buy testosterone in the US without proper medical authorization. Engaging in this type of purchase can lead to product confiscation upon entry into the US, as well as prosecution.
- Second, the only way to know how much testosterone you need, if you even need it, is through diagnostic testing. The doctor will then calculate the dosage of Depo-Testosterone your body requires.
- Third, the only way to know that the medication you receive is safe is if you get it from a regulated US pharmacy. Any other purchase leaves you open to receiving unsafe testosterone. US pharmacies must have a prescription before they can sell testosterone.
What is Depo-Testosterone, and how does it work?
Depo-Testosterone is a medication used to treat testosterone deficiency in men. It is a white or creamy white powder in a solution of cottonseed oil, benzyl benzoate, and benzyl alcohol. Upon injection into a large muscle, the Depo-Testosterone slowly enters the bloodstream over a period of a few weeks. As with endogenous testosterone, Depo-Testosterone enters the androgen receptor cells to stimulate their activities.
Is it effective?
Depo-Testosterone is extremely effective at supporting all the functions of natural testosterone – except one. Exogenous does not enter the testes, so it cannot assist with spermatogenesis. For men who are looking to conceive, a different medication such as HCG or Clomid may be necessary to stimulate natural testicular testosterone production.
Where is the best place to inject Depo-Testosterone?
For self-administration, the thighs offer the best location for intramuscular injections. If someone else is giving the shot, the buttocks or gluteal muscles will also work.
Is it legal to buy is Depo-Testosterone online in the USA?
It is only legal to buy Depo-Testosterone from licensed US pharmacies. There are a few pharmacies of this nature online, and they will require a prescription. It is not legal to purchase testosterone from any other source.
How do I get Depo-Testosterone and not get scammed?
The only way to ensure that you are not getting scammed when purchasing Depo-Testosterone is by getting it from a licensed US pharmacy. You will need to contact a hormone specialist for diagnostic testing before you can receive a prescription.
Our hormone clinic offers confidential consultations by phone to men looking to purchase Depo-Testosterone. We also treat women for a variety of hormonal imbalances, as well. Through our unique telemedicine services, our clients receive an excellent price for their treatment, saving significant money and time over the course of their treatment. Our medical advisors will also discuss possible pharmaceutical assistance programs with those who qualify.
To learn more about testosterone and other deficiencies, please contact us today for a free consultation.
Lenny, 43 years old –
You don’t think about getting low testosterone when you are in your early forties, so I was surprised when it happened to me. I’ve never been one to exercise much or think about what I ate, so maybe that had something to do with it. Anyway, when I called your clinic, I was suffering from hair loss, weight gain, fatigue, and depression. My career was going nowhere, and I was not motivated to do anything about it.
The advisor I spoke with at your clinic said it sounded like low testosterone, and that I should get a complete blood workup – so I did. I also had the required physical with my doctor, and he sent over the results to your clinic. I have to admit that I was worried at first when I heard that I had Low T, but relieved when I discovered that I could treat it at home every two weeks with Depo-Testosterone.
All I can say now is thank you! It has only been a few months, but the results are incredible. I am starting to lose weight, and with my increased energy, I am even exercising a few times a week. My increased motivation just got me a promotion at work, and I cannot remember the last time I was so happy about the direction my life was headed.
Henry, 52 –
It’s embarrassing to talk about, but when I was 48 I finally decided to do something about my loss of interest in sex. My wife is about 10 years younger than me, so performing well is still a top priority for me even at my age. Even though I wanted to be in the ‘mood,’ I just couldn’t get there, no matter what I tried. Sad to say, I wasted a lot of time and energy and money on gimmicky products designed to miraculously boost libido to no effect. Desperate, I went to my doctor to get check out. He ordered some blood tests and told me I had low T. I couldn’t believe it – I thought that kind of stuff only happened to men much older than me. Long story short, I met up with my endocrinologist and began the work of therapy with Depo-testosterone. I’ve never felt more enthusiastic about sex since I was a teenager.
Patricia, 55 yo –
After going through menopause, I was truly a wreck. My body fat was piling up on my hips and buttocks and I had begun to develop a poor self-image. I’ve always felt pretty good about how I look, but the unwanted changes I saw in menopause definitely took a toll. Also, as I now understand is common for women in menopause, I experienced a near-total loss of interest in sex that definitely affected by partnership of twenty-plus years. A doctor of mine recommended therapy with Depo-Testosterone, I was taken aback – isn’t testosterone for men, I asked. As it turns out, starting therapy with testosterone was the best move I could’ve made. My weight is now manageable and I feel much more intimate with my partner.